HBO –On September 5, representatives of Bao Viet Group attended a ceremony to begin the 2017-2018 new academic year at Hoang Van Thu High School for Gifted Students and presented Bao Viet scholarships to the school’s students.
Representatives of Bao Viet Group and
Bao Viet Hoa Binh Company present scholarships to students of Hoang Van Thu
High School for Gifted Students, who won National Talented Students Awards in
the 2016-2017 school year.
Bao Viet Group is a leading
financial-insurance group in Vietnam, with a network of over 1,000 transaction offices
and more than 200 branches in 63 provinces and cities across the country. It is
Vietnam’s first financial-insurance group earning over 1 billion USD in revenue
and contributing nearly 1 trillion VND (44 million USD) to the State budget
In the province, Bao Viet Group has two
operating companies, namely Bao Viet Insurance Company and Bao Viet Life
Insurance Company. Over the past years, the two companies have delivered life
insurance and non-life insurance packages, including those for students and
teachers at local schools.
In the 2017-2018 school year, Bao
Viet Group established the Bao Viet Study Encouragement Fund, presenting
scholarships worth nearly 4 billion VND (176,000 USD) in total to 472 outstanding students and
1,500 poor pupils with excellent academic performance in 15 northern midland
and mountainous provinces.
Of which, 267 scholarships worth 275
million VND (12,000 USD) were presented to students in Hoa Binh province,
including 39 from the Hoang Van Thu High School for Gifted Students, three with
international prizes, and 36 with national awards in the 2016-2017 school year.
Bao Viet Group wishes to join hands
with the locality and the education sector to encourage and support local
(HBO) - At the Vietnam Fatherland Front Council of the Province, the Military Command donated money to the local people affected by the recent flood.
(HBO) - On November 7th, on the occasion of 87th anniversary of Vietnam Fatherland Front (18/11/1930 -18/11/2017), the people of Yen Hoa 1 Village in Yen Mong commune (Hoa Binh city) already organized the Festival Day of Great National Unity. Mr. Quach Tung Duong, the provincial Party Committee Member, the Secretary of Hoa Binh municipal Council attended and enjoyed the festival with the local people.
(HBO) - Seeing the classrooms and school under the soil and mud, broken furniture, books and learning tools tossing in the soil and mud, the teachers and pupils stood dumbfounded.
(HBO) - Being born and growing up in Hop Thinh Commune, Ky Son District, Lo Van Tien has a special passion of being a criminal policeman since he was a child. When he grew up, he was recruited into the Police Force and was trained as new soldier at the Mobile Police Battalion (Ministry of Public Security). After that, he was assigned to the Criminal Police Department of the provincial police. In 2001, he became Vice Captain, then the Captain of the investigative team of serious cases, which mainly investigated some seriously dangerous cases such as murder and robbery. In 2010, after the foundation of Police Warrant Department, Lo Van Tien was appointed as Vice Head of the Department, directly commanded the warrant team. Since then, his "criminal characteristic” has been revealed; he has become the "antipathy” of wanted crime. There have been a lot of seriously wanted criminals voluntarily confessing themselves to the police so that they could get the grace from the government.
(HBO) - Overcoming the accumulative challenges and difficulties, Hoang Van Thu High School for The Gifted has been recognized as a high quality center of Hoa Binh Education and Training Sector. On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the school’s foudation, the reporter coming from Hoa Binh Newspaper had an interview with Dr. Le Thi Hong - the principal of the school about the results and tried determinations in the future.
(HBO) – Trung Thanh Commune in Da Bac District seriously suffered from torrential rains and floods caused by a tropical depression from October 9-12 with heavy losses in both human lives and property. Following the calamity, local authorities and people have focused on overcoming flood consequences and stabilise inhabitants’ living conditions.